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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

You be the judge

Posted By on Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 1:46 PM

There are people I know -- mature people of sound judgment who are not prone to exaggeration -- who think you can make the case that the toe-sucking, two-timing Dick Morris is the sleaziest person in America.

See for yourself tomorrow. He's going to be headliner for the Billionaire Koch Family's Anti-Health Care Medicine Show, coming soon to Arkansas.

(And here's a scrap of local news: The developer's friend and the immigrant's nightmare, Rogers Mayor Steve Womack, is joining the caravan on down the road.)

NEWS RELEASE

Little Rock, AR – People from all across the country, and especially in Arkansas, are outraged due to the passage of the healthcare bill that the U.S. House of Representatives pushed through very late Saturday night.


Arkansans are rallying to express their strong concerns that they were represented poorly by their Congressmen and that they do not want the bill to pass in the Senate.
The “Hands Off My Healthcare” bus will be at each rally; locations are listed below:
Venues and times are subject to change. For more information please contact Elizabeth Aymond at (501) 773-1830 or EAymond@afphq.org
 

 
Thursday, November 19th
12:00N              Little Rock , State Capitol, 1 Capitol Avenue
                          Speakers:  Dick Morris, Jim Martin President of the 60 Plus organization,
                          Dr. Kathy Chenault, Teresa Oelke
                        
2:00 PM            Conway , Simon Park, Front Street , Downtown Conway
                          Speakers:  Dick Morris, Jim Martin, Shawn Danko, Teresa Oelke
 
4:30 PM            Hot Springs Village , Balboa Pavilion, 480 Ponce De Leon Dr
                          Speakers:  Dick Morris, Jim Martin, Shawn Danko, Teresa Oelke
 
 
Friday, November 20
8:30 AM            Heber Springs, Courthouse Square
                          Speakers:  Dr. Kathy Chenault, Jim Martin, Shawn Danko,
                          Teresa Oelke
 
10:30 AM          Batesville, Riverside Park, 1850 Chaney Dr
                          Speakers:  Dr. Kathy Chenault, Jim Martin, Shawn Danko,
                          Teresa Oelke
                       
1:30 PM            Mountain View, 107 West Main St.
                          Speakers:  Dr. Kathy Chenault, Jim Martin, Shawn Danko,
                          Teresa Oelke
 
4:30 PM            Harrison, Courthouse Square
                          Speakers:  Dr. Kathy Chenault, Jim Martin, Shawn Danko,
                          Teresa Oelke
 
 
Saturday, November 21
10:00 AM          Rogers, 333 Pinnacle Hills Park
                           Speakers: Mayor Steve Womack, Jim Martin, Teresa Oelke
 


Patients First, A Project of Americans for Prosperity™, is focused on real health care reform—reform that puts patients first.  Patients First believes that Americans want and need more health insurance options—not just a costly, government-defined plan paid for by American taxpayers.

Patients First is a project of Americans for Prosperity® (AFP), a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization recognized by the IRS. AFP is the nation’s premier grassroots organization committed to advancing every individual’s right to economic freedom and opportunity. AFP has more than 700,000 members, including members in all 50 states, and 25 state chapters. Patients First is not affiliated in any way with Patient First health clinics.  For more information on Patients First, go to www.JoinPatientsFirst.com

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